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RADAR/Seeker Jamming Effectiveness Analysis Simulator (JEAS)
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Models and their parameters
Software shall posses capabilities to model different EW entities and show dynamically varying performance of RADAR/Seeker under given ESM & Jammer initiated actions in the context of Naval EW scenarios.

Shipborne and airborne entities are assumed to be on gimbal based stabilized platforms, isolating the ship movements on antennas of EW system.   The trajectories of these platforms shall be considered to simulate instantaneous position of platforms. Based on instantaneous platform position and orientation, the antenna gains of different entities towards other entities shall be modelled. 

All the below given entities are available in library. User can customize, save models and add to the library. Each customized model and scenario consisting multiple models can be saved. Saved scenarios can be loaded for simulation.  The simulator produced results can be saved in different formats for further analysis.

The Jamming Effectiveness Analysis Simulator (JEAS) is a software simulator, capable of simulating three critical Electronic Warfare (EW) entities; ESM, jammer and RADAR/Seeker.  The simulator allows operator to model parameters of these three category of entities in the Naval EW context. Entities can be static and dynamic. The performance of RADAR is displayed through PPI, trajectory, detector errors.
Key features
Configurable RADAR signal parameters and detection techniques and shall present the results in PPI display . All RADAR/seeker related output parameters shall be modelled.
User shall be able to model RADAR parameters
RADAR displays and detection parameters with associated accuracies need to be displayed.
The jammer could be on any platform static or moving.
Jammer can task by an ESM system with defined criteria.

3D trajectory display image
The JEAS shall offer following key features.
S.No Entity / Model Sub types Parameters
1 Platforms 
   Airborne                     :     fighter, passenger aircraft, UAVs, Helicopters

   Shipborne                   :      Small boat, boat, small ships, ships, large ships

   Ground                       :     static , vehicle installed

   User defined platform :  Custom model with parameters

All parameter to define the dynamics of platforms such as Maximum thrust, minimum bending radius etc.
    2    RADAR

   Active Seeker : Gimbal, AESA types

   Search RADAR

   Tracking RADAR

   Multifunction RADAR

Frequency, antenna parameters


     Electronic                                                  :      Spot, sweep , noise

    Mechanical                                               :      Chaff and other

    Electronic deceiving type                       :      RGPO, VGPO, MFT
4    ESM

    DF system

    PDW and RADAR Track generator
Jamming effectiveness shall be displayed by showing the errors introduced RADAR measurements. All suitable statistics will be presented in graphs. Popular jamming techniques such as cross eye jamming, will be supported with detailed simulation models and analysis.